The Champions League spots are yet to be decided, but it’s not fair to say Atalanta’s result is meaningless, as there’s a big difference between second, third and fourth.
La Dea have already secured their place in the Champions League for next season, with the other two spots going down to the wire between Milan, Napoli and Juventus.
The Rossoneri have their final game in Bergamo and in theory the result is irrelevant for Atalanta, but in reality they do have some motivation.
As Scudetto winners, Inter earn €23.4m from Serie A bonuses.
The team that finishes second in Serie A will get €19.4m, compared to €16.8m for third and just €14.2m for fourth.
The side in fifth will get €12.5m, while Lazio are already guaranteed sixth and €10.9m.
Roma are in seventh and would currently pick up €9.3m, but Sassuolo are pushing them all the way, as they’d get €8.3m in eighth place.
Verona and Bologna are battling for 10th, which is the difference between €6.3m and €5.5m.
Going into the final round, Fiorentina could finish anywhere from 11th to 17th, a difference between €5.5m and €2.8m.
Parma are bottom of the table and would get €0.9m, rising to €1.6m if they leapfrogged Crotone.